Thursday, March 27, 2008

100 Web Apps for Everything You Will Possibly Need


The Freelancer’s Toolset: 100 Web Apps for Everything You Will Possibly Need : Codswallop

My personal picks:
  1. igoogle
  2. Netvibes: Spend
    less time searching and more time working by customizing your
    browser’s start page with email, feeds, messaging, job boards and
    much, much more.
  3. Google Calendar:
    Google Calendar is a web based tool that allows users to organize their
    schedule, so you’ll always know exactly what you need to be
    working on.
  4. Ta-da List:
    When you’re busy with lots of projects, it can be hard to keep
    track of what you’ve accomplished. Make web-based ta-da lists for
    yourself or other people, then share them and check items off as you go.
  5. XE: If
    you’re working with an overseas client, you may need to handle
    foreign currencies. Use XE’s currency converter for accurate
    calculations with up-to-the-minute currency rates.
  6. Xdrive: Xdrive offers 5GB of online storage. Use their service to share files with your clients and coworkers
  7. Picasaweb: Because Photos are taken to share :)
  8. Box: Create an online file-sharing location for you and your clients on Box
  9. LinkedIn: The convenient and powerful professional contacts management... for lifelong
  10. ConceptShare:
    ConceptShare provides online design collaboration. Invite clients and
    coworkers to view your design and make comments on your work.
  11. Writeboard: Have
    you ever had a client or coworker revise a document and end up wiping
    out your work? Use Writeboard to share and collaborate while saving
    separate versions each step of the way.
  12. stock.xchng: Add
    photos to your writing or web design at low or no cost. stock.xchng
    provides tons of stock photos, many of them royalty-free.
  13. Google Docs & Spreadsheets:
    Don’t bother spending hard-earned money for the latest version of
    MS Word. Create, upload, share and edit word and spreadsheet documents
    online using Google Docs & Spreadsheets.
  14. Meebo:
    Don’t miss out on a client just because you don’t use the
    same instant messaging tool. Get access to every major messaging
    service on Meebo’s website without having to download anything.
  15. FaxZERO: Online
    communication is popular, but sometimes you just have to send a fax.
    But who wants to invest in a fax machine and phone line for something
    that happens only on a rare occasion? Instead, use FaxZERO to send a
    fax anywhere in the US or Canada for free.
  16. K7: FaxZERO lets you send
    out a fax for free online, but what if a client wants to fax something
    to you? Enlist the help of K7, a service that assigns users a phone
    number that accepts fax and voicemail messages, which are then sent to
    your email.
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